Viral Message: National Herald: Do you think corruption has vastly decreased in India, As Prime Minister Narendra Modi claims? 83 % says yes corruption has decreased.
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BLOCKED— I.B.T.L (@IndiaBTL) February 15, 2018
by Congress' mouthpiece @nh_india for exposing their hypocrisy on corruption in just 1 tweet flat.
Why does Mr. @OfficeOfRG muzzle free speech & refuse to answer stinging questions? pic.twitter.com/IclSlrs2wZ
Viral Message Verification:- Taking a poll is not a easy job, especially when you are not sure with the result and you are not directly handling the poll number. Similar a poll by the congress party’s Paper, Nationl Herald. The National Herald tried to use the sentiment on Nirav Modi and create a poll by asking people some poll questions.
Question: Do you think corruption has vastly decresed in India, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi claims?
Question: Who is to blame for the massive #PNBFraud, #PNBScam involving Nirav Modi, who it appears left India for Switzerland in January, 2018.
Both of this questions back fired the Polls and later the National Herald has to delete this poll as well.
Other poll which still exist, with a chance that it may be also deleted in the future
Do you think the Modi govt will take any action against Nirav Modi, the key accused in the ₹12000 crore banking fraud? #IndiaSpeaks— Congress (@INCIndia) February 16, 2018
Do you think Congress will delete this poll in couple of hrs— Srikanth (@srikanthbjp_) February 16, 2018
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